After Dennis II - Kentra Bay, Ardtoe, Ardnamurchan
In the aftermath of Storm Dennis, the weather begins to ease a little and breaks in the cloud above Kentra Bay allow crepuscular rays to shine down onto the waters at its entrance and the distant hills behind Arivegaig off to the south-east.
After Dennis I - Kentra Bay, Ardtoe, Ardnamurchan
Morning Peaks I - Coire an Lubhair, Inversanda, Ardgour
The first light from the sun illuminates the summit of Beinn Bheag and the slopes of the west side of Coire an Lubhair as it rises on a mid-winter morning.
Morning Peaks II - Coire an Lubhair, Inversanda, Ardgour
Sentinel II- Coire an Lubhair, Inversanda, Ardgour
A lone tree stands by the river in Coire an Lubhair as if it was keeping guard of the path up the glen towards Beinn Bheag on a wonderful winter morning.
Sentinel I - Coire an Lubhair, Inversanda, Ardgour
In the Pink - Loch Sunart and Ben Resipole, Viewed from South of Camas Torsa, Ardnamurchan
In the Pink - Loch Sunart and Ben Resipole, viewed from south of Camas Torsa, Ardnamurchan
Twinkling in Twilight I - Loch Sunart and Ben Resipole, Viewed from Camas Torsa, Ardnamurchan
As the sun begins to rise in the east from behind Ben Resipole, night-time moves to twilight while the brightest of the stars continue to twinkle in the north-eastern sky
The Looker I - Glen Galmadale, Kingairloch, Ardgour
A red deer stag looking at me looking at him amoungst the mist shrouded hills of Glen Galmadale
The Looker II - Glen Galmadale, Kingairloch, Ardgour
A ray of light falls on the west facing slope of Rotheswaite Fell, just before it dips below Thornythwaite Fell on the opposite side of Combe Gill
The last light of a mid-winter's day falls on Castle Crag
Rotheswaite with Watendlath Fell and Great Crag beyond
Afternoon light breaks through the cloud to flood the floor of Eskdale - Viewed from Hardknott Castle
The walls of Hardknott Castle with Eskdale in the distance
The valley of Wrynose Bottom looking back from Hardknott Pass to Wrynose pass
Afternoon light breaks through the clouds and on to the Duddon Valley - viewed from Hardknott Pass
Isles and Mountains - View of the Summer Isles, Altandhu, Coigach
A sunset view from the hills above Altandhu over the Summer Isles to the snow-capped peaks of the Torridon Mountains sitting under a dark-blue clouds and a band of gold
Summer Isles at Autumn - View of the Summer Isles, Altandhu, Coigach
A sunset view of Isle Ristol, Eilean Mullagrach and the other Small Isles on a late autumn evening from the viewpoint above Altandhu
Morning View - Loch Shiel, Acharacle, Ardnamurchan
The view over Acharacle towards Loch Shiel on a late Autumn morning when frost lightened the landscape and mist sat beneath the northern slopes of Ben Resipole
Contemplation - Alphabet Trail, Lochan nan Dunaich, Salen, Ardnamurchan
Contemplating the passing of seasons, as late autumn gave way to winter and when the position of the sun is such that it filters through the woods around Lochan na Dunaich.
Reflective I - Lochan nan Dunaich, Salen, Ardnamurchan
Autumnal light breaks through the woodland around Lochan nan Dunaich to illuminate both the trees around it and also their reflection in the mirror-like surface of it’s perfectly still water.
Reflective II - Lochan nan Dunaich, Salen, Ardnamurchan
Back of the Ben II - Ben Resipole from Mingarry, Moidart
The north western flank of Ben Resipole, bathed in the last of the day's light on an autumn evening